OUR BOARD OF TRUSTEES
The Board of Trustees is responsible for seven key work areas in the school, which are:
development and ongoing review of the school charter.
monitoring and reviewing your school’s progress.
putting in place a policy framework.
employing the principal.
ensuring your school’s legal compliance.
implementing the National Education Guidelines
Presiding Member Pam Aldersley
Principal Keri Steele
Staff Rep Chanelle Gleimius
Health & Safety Kurt Rowlands
Property Wendy Rushworth
Finance Sonia Wakefield
Secretary Catherine MacMillan
From time to time the Board, Staff and School Community review policies and procedures. This gives all stakeholders the opportunity to have a say in how certain aspects of the school and currculum are managed.
When required to do so, you will be notified in the newsletter of which policy we are reviewing and you can access the SchoolDocs website and review the policy and leave comment where appropriate. https://springfield.schooldocs.co.nz (note that there's no "www."). Our username is "springfield" and password "alps".
PE & Health Statement
Community Conduct Expectations
HEALTH AND PE CONSULTATION 2023
Survey Closes: Friday 23 June 2023
At least once every two years the Board of Trustees is required to consult with the parent community about the school's Health and Physical Education programmes.
The purpose of this consultation is to outline the programmes that we are delivering, how we are delivering Health Education and what we see as the health education needs of our students. The latest round of consultation was held in 2021.
We welcome your feedback as this allows us to develop policies, practices and learning programmes that reflect the needs of students within our school community.
There are 7 key areas of learning with the Health and Physical Education Curriculum. You will find these outlined within this survey. Under each Key Area of Learning we have listed a number of related possible learning opportunities. We would like you to rate each of these in importance to enable us to plan and implement an effective teaching programme.
Thank you for taking the time to contribute to this consultation.